Send handmade diwali cards and sweets to them
Students of Prince Ashokaraje School in Vadodara this diwali showed their respect and gratitude to the Indian Army and Traffic Police jawans who worked day and night to ensure that they can celebrate the festivals without fear. The students prepare special handmade cards and send it to the Army and the Traffic Police along with home made sweets to wish them this festive season.
Prince Ashokaraje School students on Saturday spread the message of respecting our soldiers who stand at the borders to protect our country and to the traffic police ensure our safety back home. The students from 1st to 12th standrad prepare hand made cards with messages for the soldiers and the police department. They send the emotional cards along with special home made sweets to the them with messages which make them feel at home.
With eco friendly concept the students
done Diya decoration, made diwali cards and extend the wishes to their parents and elderly at home through post cards. Spreading the message they burst crackers in computer with eco friendly software and celebrate the festival.
“About 1500 students from our school make hand made greeting cards and we handover it to armymen in Vadodara who take the responsibility to send it the soldiers. We also handover the cards to the traffic department in Vadodara to show out respect to both. The students wrote many heart felt and emotional messages to the soldiers and traffic jawans as because of their alertness and dedication towards their duty we are able to celebrate diwali,” said Dr. Tushar Bhosle Administrator Prince Ashokaraje school.